Cuban personnel inside Venezuela are training the Venezuelan special police forces to use torture on its citizens, according to a recent report.
5G technology will have many benefits, but Beijing may use data to track and oppress people around the world, a U.S. government official says.
U.S. authorities, working with international counterparts, followed the trail of a stolen artifact from Egypt. Learn how the treasure made its way home.
The United States and El Salvador signed an asylum agreement to curb human trafficking and provide a humane solution to the issue of migration.
For years, the U.S. has helped Algeria to protect and conserve its cultural heritage. A recent bilateral agreement makes that partnership even stronger.
Indo-Pacific countries are refining skills to combat piracy and smuggling in the 18th Southeast Asia Cooperation and Training (SEACAT) exercise.
China is exporting technological know-how that can help authoritarian governments track, reward and punish citizens through digital surveillance.
A building in Caracas, Venezuela, known as the Helicoide could not be more different today from what its original creators intended in the 1950s.
Iran's Islamic Republic hands out "lashing" sentences based on its penal code. Learn who is punished in this cruel and barbaric manner and why.